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Nitrate in the Ground Water and Surface Water of the Summit Valley near Butte, Montana
This report by Bureau reseacher John LaFave, describes the elevated levels of nitrate in ground water in the Summit Valley near Butte, and assesses the hydrogeologic factors and land uses that may contribute to nitrate contamination
Sapphires in the Butte-Deer Lodge area, Montana
For anyone who is enthusiastic about sapphires.
This stunning, full-color publication describes the sapphire deposits and occurrences in the area north and west of Butte. The identification, size, shape, color, and mineral inclusions of sapphires in the area are discussed, with photos throughout.
Postcard version of our MC 19– "Butte, Montana, Richest Hill on Earth; 100 Years of Underground Mining" map.
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Probabilistic Earthquake Hazard Maps for the State of Montana
of the potential earthquake threat to dams in Montana, a set of
probabilistic earthquake ground motion maps have been developed
for the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation
(DNRC) Dam Safety Program.
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